Test Automation Example using FIFA.com web site

Alex Chaves, revisits his test automation example using the FIFA.com website. Follow his audio explanation here!

 

Alex is a team lead Quality Assurance at GlobalNow and shows how he uses his teams capability and tools to provide test automation.

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Test Automation Example Using FIFA.com

Alex Chaves, team lead Quality Assurance, shows how he uses some of his teams capability and tools to provide test automation. We have been using these techniques (a combination of Selenium, Eclipse and some customization) to automatically perform regression testing for clients web and mobile platforms; and since the world cup is upon us, Alex thought it would be fun to show a basic demonstration using the FIFA site. Enjoy!
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Wearable Technology’s Challenge: Fragmentation

wearable technologyIt’s new and trendy, cool and seemingly falling from the sky with daily innovations. And what’s needed most in the wearable technology space – standards and synchronicity — not a fragmentation of concepts and cohesive ideas. But let’s not forget another kind of fragmentation – what developers and testers are facing to ensure a flawless user experience. After all, users are more in-the-know than ever and have high expectations when it comes to their digital devices.

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GlobalNow Costa Rica Welcomes Technology Growth

Costa RicaGlobalNow, Inc., a Dallas-based IT software and services company, has enjoyed a strong global presence for years in key high tech locations within the U.S., LATAM, Asia and Eastern Europe, successfully engaging talented teams to meet client requirements. Opening GlobalNow Costa Rica in 2013, further extended their presence and ability to deliver high quality IT and quality assurance solutions.

 

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Gaming Fervor Accelerates Development and Challenges Software Testing

ProjectMobile technology is just the latest part of the computer gaming industry’s relatively rapid evolution. Early computers were too slow for data needed for realistic images, sound and special effects. Now, fast smartphones and other mobile devices are chipping away at the market share. Can developers develop fast enough? Can testers keep up? What are the biggest challenges?

 

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See how automated testing works – using the World Cup website FIFA.com!

Alex Chaves, team lead Quality Assurance, shows how he uses some of his teams capability and tools to provide test automation. We have been using these techniques (a combination of Selenium, Eclipse and some customization) to automatically perform regression testing for clients web and mobile platforms; and since the world cup is upon us, Alex thought it would be fun to show a basic demonstration of automated testing using the FIFA site. Enjoy!
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Responsive Design Creates Better Customer Experience

Responsive DesignResponsive design is not new, but many businesses still don’t realize the value it provides, especially at a time when delivering quality websites across multiple devices is expected.

 

Responsive web design is a method that allows a website with one theme to serve all kinds of devices with different screen resolutions. It adapts the layout to the viewing environment with fluid proportional grid layouts, flexible images and CSS media queries to reflow page elements at lower resolutions. You can resize your browser while looking at a responsive site and the layout and content will reflow to fit the screen width as it gets smaller.

 

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